Acquaintance with a war martyr in "The Secret of a Crossing"

The author, Maryam Bazr Afshan has not considered an introduction for the book but before the beginning of the first chapter, she had included a writing from the wife of the martyr which begins with these lines, "Jafar joined the camp of martyrs. He joined his fellows. I think of why, when we talk about martyrs or read their stories, watch their films ... we feel how similar they are. Their words, their attachments and ... "

Narrated by Maryam Mirfakhraei, Written by Effat Neyestani

Memories from "Salha-ye Bi Seda Geryeh Kardanam"

"Salha-ye Bi Seda Geryeh Kardanam (Years of Crying Quietly)" is title of book of Maryam Mirfakhraei. She is one of veteran ladies of Bojnord. Maryam Mirfakhraei was born in 1959. At the last years leading winning of Islamic Revolution, she encountered political activities in her high school and entered revolutionary struggles, and after achievement of the Islamic Revolution she joined Basij. After passing military courses in Basij and relief courses in ...

Book Induction by the Translator

“Sarajevo Roses”

An Oral History Prose

“Sarajevo Roses: Towards Politics of Remembering” written by Azra Junuzović and translated by Mohammad Karimi was published by the Resistance Literature and Art Bureau and Soureh Mehr Publishing Company. The book was published in 1110 volumes structured in 213 pages in 2017. The book is about the mortar shell explosions in the streets of Sarajevo painted by the red color, as a symbol of Bosnian people blood. We interviewed the translator of the book, Mohammad Karimi to tell us more.

Narrated by witnesses

Oral History of Sardasht’s Chemical Bombardment

Sardasht is located in the northwest of Iran, which leads west to Iraq and is 30 kilometers away from this country. The Kurdish border with historical backgrounds and attractive places suffered great damage during the war of Saddam army against Iran, but the most notably one was chemical bombardment of the city on Tir 7, 1366 (June 28, 1987).

Narration of fellow fighting with Kaveh in "Javid Memories"

"Javid Memories" is the second book of "Oral History Collection of Commanders and Combatants of Khorasan Province" written by Alireza Miri. The interviews have also been conducted by Miri. It is the oral memoirs of Javid (Javad) Nezampour, the first commander of the Military Instruments of the Special Division of Martyrs during the Scared Defense from martyr Brigadier General Mahmoud Kaveh.

Memoirs of a Kurdish lady has been narrated in "The Garden of Grandmother"

A Kurdish Lady Memories

The book "The Garden of Grandmother" which includes the narration of memories of the Kurdish lady, Khanzad Moradi Mohamamdi has been authored by Mahnaz Fattahi and published by the Office of Resistance Literature and Art of Sooreh Mehr Publications in 2017 in 284 pages. "Another Ordibehesht", "Farangis" and "Brides of War" are another works of the author which have so far been released.

Introduction to “How many of us were there?”

Iranian Kazakhs in the Holy Defense

The book “How many of us were there?” focuses on the memoirs of the Islamic Revolution and the war imposed by Iraq with the subject of “a glance on the presence of Kazakhs in the Holy Defense”. Hojjat Shahmohammadi, the author, in a seven page introduction defines the reasons ...

Publication of Oral History Theory in Persian

“Oral History Theory” by Lynn Abrams, translated by Fathali Ashtiani was published by the Office of Islamic Revolution Literature and Soureh Mehr Publication in 2018. The book is structured in 421 pages and eight chapters: the introduction transforms the applicable approach to theoretic, the characteristics of oral history, self, subjectivity, intersubjectivity, memory, narrative, performance and power. Couple of forewords and introductions precede the eight chapters and then followed by the references used to compile the eight chapters of the book.

"A Transition in History"

Memories of the head of Atomic Energy Organization

The eighth book of series "Oral History of the Foreign Policy of Islamic Republic of Iran" is named "A Transition in History: the memories of Dr. Ali Akbar Salehi". This book is compiled by Hassan Ali-Bakheshi in oral history unit of Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Islamic Republic of Iran. This unit is active at the Department of Research and Studies at the Center of Political and International Studies.

The Narration of a Teenager in Book "The Soldiers of Niar"

The book "The Soldiers of Niar " includes a narration of the memoirs of a teenager (aged 15), named Kalamolah Akbarzadeh during the eight years of holy defense. He was born in the village of Niar, the environs of Ardabil province. This book was published by Sassan Nategh in 1396(2017).
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Narration of fellow fighting with Kaveh in "Javid Memories"

"Javid Memories" is the second book of "Oral History Collection of Commanders and Combatants of Khorasan Province" written by Alireza Miri. The interviews have also been conducted by Miri. It is the oral memoirs of Javid (Javad) Nezampour, the first commander of the Military Instruments of the Special Division of Martyrs during the Scared Defense from martyr Brigadier General Mahmoud Kaveh.

Historians are the First Reporters

"Mazar-i-Sharifis fallen. 17th Moradad 1377 (8th August, 1998), here is the place of the Iranian Consulate in Mazar-i-Sharif, and I am Mahmoud Saremi, the reporter of Islamic Republic of Iran, Taliban group have entered into Mazar-i-Sharif few hours ago. Instant, instant news! Mazar-i-Sharif was fallen by Taliban ...
Introduction to “How many of us were there?”

Iranian Kazakhs in the Holy Defense

The book “How many of us were there?” focuses on the memoirs of the Islamic Revolution and the war imposed by Iraq with the subject of “a glance on the presence of Kazakhs in the Holy Defense”. Hojjat Shahmohammadi, the author, in a seven page introduction defines the reasons ...

Publication of Oral History Theory in Persian

“Oral History Theory” by Lynn Abrams, translated by Fathali Ashtiani was published by the Office of Islamic Revolution Literature and Soureh Mehr Publication in 2018. The book is structured in 421 pages and eight chapters: the introduction transforms the applicable approach to theoretic, the characteristics of oral history, self, subjectivity, intersubjectivity, memory, narrative, performance and power. Couple of forewords and introductions precede the eight chapters and then followed by the references used to compile the eight chapters of the book.